Google has not revealed the “dessert name” for the letter “N” in the upcoming OS version Android N, also known as Android 7.0, yet. So far, rumors have been pointing to Android Nutella, Android Nougat, Android Nankhatai (Indian dessert), Android Nut Brittle, Android Nutrageous and Android Nerds, to name a few. However, what we know for sure is that, come May, the Android 7.0 will be unveiled at the Google I/O 2016 event.
Interestingly, rumors surrounding the upcoming Android N have been quite less this time around. Except for the occasional news about the name of the OS, there’s nothing much to boast. But now, unofficial screenshots of the new OS have surfaced, giving an idea of what to expect from the next-iteration of the OS.
Android Police's Artem Russakovskii has shared two leaked screenshots showing a new feature of the Android N. The photos attached below present the Android N’s settings menu, specific to the Bluetooth controls. Even though, the page looks similar to the current version, the top right corner has a “hamburger-style” menu button, which is not part of other Android versions.
Apart from this, Techno Buffalo says, Google is reportedly working on “official split-screen support” for Android N. But then, there is no confirmation available to ascertain if this feature is exclusive to tablets. To top it off, rumors also say, the search giant is planning to get rid of the App Drawer so as to simplify the software.
Coming back to the OS name, typically, Google never reveals the name until the special I/O event in May — between May 18 and May 20. However, this time around, Google CEO Sundar Pichai suggested that the search giant could use an online poll to select the name.